How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie (2/14)

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You’re not nearly as important to the people around you as you think. Dale Carnegie wrote this timeless classic in 1936 and his wisdom is still as relevant today as it was then.

Through inspiring introspection and showing that our knee-jerk reactions often do us more harm than good – Carnegie lays out a solid framework for positively influencing others and removing the conflict.

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Contributor: Brendan Dubbels from Automation Aces

Written by Taegan Lion

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